MSF's publications are an expression of our belief in the principle of témoignage, or bearing witness, and the belief that we are accountable to those we work for and with. Sharing news about our activities and reflecting on them, offering critiques when necessary, are therefore crucial aspects of our work.

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In this op-ed first published in Le Monde, Mego Terzian, president of MSF-France, discusses the current crisis in Gaza.

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by Estrella Lasry, tropical medicine advisor for MSF

This article originally appeared on the Community Blog of the British Medical Journal.

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This piece originally appeared on BMJ Group Blogs.

By Manica Balasegaram, executive director of the Doctors Without Borders/Médecins Sans Frontières (MSF) Access Campaign.

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In this article, originally published on Huffington Post Impact, MSF Access Campaign executive director Dr. Manica Balasegaram argues for better access to vaccines.

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In this op-ed, originally published in Le Monde, MSF-France president Dr. Mego Terzian and MSF project coordinator Dr. Jean-Hervé Bradol argue that diplomatic efforts must ensure that emergency medical assistance is provided to the Syrian people.

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"Our decision to leave has been among the most painful in MSF’s history."

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In this article, originally published on the Huffington Post, MSF pediatrician Susan Shepherd discusses the reduction of childhood mortality in Niger and strategies to reduce it worldwide.

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Dr. Unni Karunakara, international president of MSF, discusses the significant but precarious gains made in reducing medicine costs and providing treatment for AIDS, TB, and malaria. 

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Despite recent advances, there's still a need to make noise about "the silent disease."

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While international attention focuses on Myanmar, a health crisis in the country looms large. An estimated 85,000 people infected with HIV in Myanmar are not receiving lifesaving treatment. 

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